Global Family Travels is pleased to offer several culturally immersive, family-friendly trips to the island of Bali in Indonesia to support the good work of several non-profits and communities with a focus on critical global issues aligned around some key United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UNSDGs), such as access to Quality Education, Life Under Water, Clean Water and Sanitation, and Gender Equality.
An island famous for its stunning beaches, captivating culture and mystical traditions, you’ll learn about the Tri Hita Karana, the central philosophy of the Balinese people, enjoy a fun music workshop, witness a performance of the Balinese Legong dance, sample the flavors of delicious Balinese cuisine, and explore the backroads of Bali’s heartland on two wheels.
Learn, Serve, Immerse
Join us on our 12-day trip to Learn, Serve and Immerse on the magical island of Bali! By engaging with the locals and non-profit organizations addressing some of Bali’s biggest challenges, like quality education and clean water and sanitation, you will get a deep sense of the culture and daily life in Bali. Learning local arts at the banjar, visiting sacred temples and palaces, seeing a traditional shadow puppet performance will also give you a truly unforgettable immersive experience. Please inquire with us about custom dates for small group or family trips.
Bali: Global Classroom Trip
Join us in Bali in August of 2022 with the Seattle World Affairs Council's Global Classroom program to first hand from Balinese non-profit organizations involved with critical global issues. With a focus on some key UNDGs, this trip offers opportunities for global citizens to learn about the negative effects of plastics on Life Below Water and the island's looming water crisis, as well as to explore the island's magical culture and beauty.
Bali: Connect with Community and Culture
in 5 Days!
Join us on a 5-day Learn, Serve & Immerse trip of Bali (ideal for those going on a beach vacation afterwards!) You will learn about the culture and history of the island, and about Bali's biggest challenges by engaging with community projects. This program has a balance of cultural and global learning and adventure to ensure that families are learning to be global citizens while having fun.